When deciding on an equipment case, the same three brands are always considered: SKB Case, Pelican, and Pelican Storm. How do you choose between these three fantastic manufacturers and what are the key differences? The History Pelican is the originator of waterproof equipment cases. They are a top of the line brand, reliable, and a …
SKB Cases are great as protective luggage or rack mounted portable server racks. Below are a collection of articles to help you find the right SKB Case for you. LCD Screens, Military, Servers, SKB Cases can provide storage for any time of gear that needs protection.
For longer than 35 years, SKB has been producing the best transport cases in the world. Rackmount Solutions is proud to offer a wide range of SKB cases which come in a variety of sizes designed for a wide range of applications. These utility cases are not only of the highest quality, but they’re also …
Nearly everyone has a story about how their expensive electronics were accidentally damaged by a drop or spill. That is, everyone who isn’t using an SKB utility case to protect their equipment.
Taking expensive and sensitive electronic equipment on the road can be a chancy and expensive endeavor. Especially when that equipment gets dropped or collides with other baggage in a cargo hold.
One of the most popular SKB heavy duty transport cases is the 8u Roto Rack. It’s tough, it has built-in TSA accepted and recognized latches (so you can lock them and still enable airline security personnel to inspect the contents), it has heavy duty, built-in wheels (or optional quick release 4” casters with mounting plates and hardware), an easy to use built-in pull handle, and industrial grade steel threaded rack rails (for non-destructive screw mount installation and removal). And, for easy access to contents, the SKB 8u Roto Rack also includes full access rear lids. But although this case from SKB is very popular (and has prevented damage to millions of dollars of network, computing, audio, and video equipment), many purchasers aren’t aware of why the case is called a “Roto” Rack. (And no, it’s not because the case has wheels that roto…, er rotate!)